Examines the attitudes of William Ewart Gladstone to the doctrine of papal infallibility propounded at the Vatican Council and the responses of John Henry Newman and Henry Edward Manning, who opposed the more extreme ultramontane interpretations of that doctrine. Manning was concerned with dispelling Gladstone's fear that the doctrine might undermine the civil allegiance of English Catholics.
von Arx, Jeffrey P., "INTERPRETING THE COUNCIL: ARCHBISHOP MANNING AND THE VATICAN DECREES CONTROVERSY" (2002). History Faculty Publications. 35.
von Arx S.J., Jeffrey P. "INTERPRETING THE COUNCIL: ARCHBISHOP MANNING AND THE VATICAN DECREES CONTROVERSY". Recusant History; May2002, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p229-242, 14p